Are you comfortable with your current design and wonder why you should change it? Here we go over some reasons why being complacent and comfortable may not always be the best thing for your blog.
Everyone ready for a camping trip, next week we will be in Cebu, Philippines presenting on Headless Drupal 8.
Now that you know the math behind Google's Adsense program, how do you go about getting your website or blog approved for the program? We will go over the steps you need to take to make sure your application process is quick and hassle-free.
Are you looking for a way to hack your local market to increase traffic and customers to your website? We go over a couple of tips that you can use in order to increase inbound traffic from your local market and what things to do today to start seeing results.
Landing Pages, some of us love them, and many of us hate them. Learn why if your an awesome marketer, these pages are one of the best items in your toolbox when it comes to online marketing and generating leads for an ecommerce site.
If you're looking to start generating advertising revenue from your blog, you have most likely heard of Google Adwords. We will be going over the numbers of how a Google Adsense program would work for your blog and how much money you could expect to earn, and how much traffic you would need in order to make it worth your efforts.
Regardless of what your blogging about many bloggers always come to the question, how can I make a living by blogging or at the very least recover my costs for my blog? This week we will walk through this very complex topic.
Are you worried about Spam, Bots, and foul language messing up your well-crafted blog, check out our article on how you can manage these common blog issues.
This week we go over a couple of the most powerful and widely used tools to analyze and track your traffic. We will talk about how to better track how people are going to share and favorite your article across social networks, and how you can learn to respond better to your audience in order to grow it and grow sponsor revenue.
Often times I have come across some blogs that have a lot of really great images to go along with the post. Often times bloggers struggle to be able to show these images in a way that does not cause a cluttered look on the web page. So in this post, I am going to go over a couple of the ways that you can display graphical content like this in a way that will not put off your readers, and will give you space to still show off the art.
In this article, we go over the top 5 things new bloggers can do to make sure they are writing the best possible post for their new blog.
There is currently a movement towards including Behavioral Driven Development (BDD) in the Agile Process. This can be best achieved by marrying Behat, an open source behavior-driven development framework, with Selenium2, best known for creating Quality Assurance Tests for various web applications.
One of the first things that can confuse most new users of Drupal or any CMS for that matter is Content Types or in Wordpress Post types.
In our last post, I talked about using Webform and Webform Protected Downloads in order to create a lead capture form for your website. In this post, we will talk about connecting your Lead capter form to SugarCRM in order to keep track of all of those leads in a system developed around Marketing to leads. You will need to download the Webform2Sugar module and you will need to already have a SugarCRM site installed, you can use the Community Edition or the Enterprise Edition of SugarCRM for this.
One of the most useful tools for building inbound leads and engaging with potential customers is the Capture form. This is a simple utility that is used in order to get a customer to provide details about themselves in exchange for a download of some sort. The download could be a PDF, an application, or image. Regardless of what it is this can be accomplished pretty easily using Drupal 7's Webform module and the Webform Protected Downloads module.
These days there is a lot of talk about Agile Development workflow cycles and there is also a lot of talk about Behavioral Driven Development(or BDD for short). The two can seem to be contradictory, but if the techniques from both are applied properly they can yield big savings in development time and help improve the end result code for a site. In this article, I am going to go over briefly some of the steps that can be used during Agile when you want your development team to use BDD techniques when delivering a product.